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Klong-chen-pa Dri-med-ʼod-zer 1308-1363

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Works: 382 works in 623 publications in 6 languages and 3,260 library holdings
Genres: Introductions  Commentaries 
Roles: Author
Classifications: BQ7662.4, 294.3420423
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Kindly bent to ease us : from the Trilogy of finding comfort and ease = Ngal-gso skor-gsum by Klong-chen-pa Dri-med-ʼod-zer( Book )

13 editions published in 1976 in English and held by 312 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"There is depth, breadth, and magic in Nyingma thought and its beauty grows the more one studies it. Longchenpa, one of Tibet's greatest masters, exemplifies and transmits the transforming power of these ancient teachings. His writings shine with a light that radiates compassion and meaning. Born in the 14th century, Longchenpa studied with the foremost teachers of his day. He soon earned the title kun-mkhyen, or all-knowing, and the passage of time has upheld the value of his contributions. His works, which number over two hundred, order into a comprehensive system the range of philosophical thought and psychological applications of the Dzog chen school, the pinnacle of Vajrayana Buddhism. In Kindly Bent to Ease Us, Longchenpa offers a guide to enlightenment that begins with traditional reflections on the preciousness of a human existence, finite in time but unlimited in opportunities. Since understanding mind and its workings is essential for a deeper inquiry into meaning and being, the first part of The Trilogy of Finding Comfort and Ease emphasizes insight into the nature of mind. The translator, Dr. H.V. Guenther, introduces each chapter with explications based on Longchenpa's own commentaries."--Back cover of volume 1
Mind in comfort and ease : the vision of enlightenment in the great perfection : including Longchen Rabjam's Finding comfort and ease in meditation on the Great Perfection by Bstan-ʼdzin-rgya-mtsho( Book )

2 editions published in 2007 in English and held by 216 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This book sets out the key principles of Buddhism, showing how the mind can be transformed, and suffering overcome, through love, compassion, and a true understanding of the nature of reality
The practice of Dzogchen by Klong-chen-pa Dri-med-ʼod-zer( Book )

13 editions published between 1989 and 2015 in 3 languages and held by 151 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This classic collection of texts on the meditation practice and theory of Dzogchen presents the Great Perfection through the writings of its supreme authority, the fourteenth-century Tibetan scholar and visionary Longchen Rabjam. The pinnacle of Vajrayana practice in the Nyingma tradition of Tibetan Buddhism, Dzogchen embodies a system of training that awakens the intrinsic nature of the mind to reveal its original essence, utterly perfect and free from all duality?buddha nature, or buddhahood itself. In The Practice of Dzogchen , Tulku Thondup translates essential passages from Longchen Rabjam's voluminous writings to illuminate and clarify this teaching. He also draws on the works of later masters of the tradition, placing Dzogchen in context both in relation to other schools of Buddhism and in relation to the nine-vehicle outline of the Buddhist path described in the Nyingma tradition. This expanded edition includes Counsel for Liberation , Longchenpa's poetic exhortation to readers to quickly enter the path of liberation, the first step toward the summit of Dzogchen practice
You are the eyes of the world / Longchenpa ; translated by Kennard Lipman and Merrill Peterson under the inspiration of Namkhai Norbu by Klong-chen-pa Dri-med-ʼod-zer( Book )

10 editions published between 1987 and 2010 in English and held by 127 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Just as the images on television are nothing more than light, so are our experiences merely the dance of awareness. Often we form attachments to, or feel enslaved by, these experiences. Their power fades as easily as the pictures vanish when the channel is changed, if we penetrate
A visionary journey by Klong-chen-pa Dri-med-ʼod-zer( Book )

4 editions published in 1989 in English and Undetermined and held by 83 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The four-themed precious garland = Chos-bzhi rin-chenʼ phreng [sic] phreng-ba : an introduction to Dzog-chʼen, the great completeness by Klong-chen-pa Dri-med-ʼod-zer( Book )

15 editions published between 1979 and 2001 in English and Undetermined and held by 81 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Buddha mind : an anthology of Longchen Rabjam's writings on Dzogpa chenpo by Klong-chen-pa Dri-med-ʼod-zer( Book )

5 editions published in 1989 in English and held by 80 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Chos dbyiṅs rin po cheʼi mdzod : the basic text (mūlaśāstra) of Kloṅ-chen-paʼs famed masterpiece by Klong-chen-pa Dri-med-ʼod-zer( Book )

19 editions published between 1960 and 2014 in 3 languages and held by 72 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"This famous seminal text of radical Dzogchen provides a profound yet simple poetic statement of how it is to immerse oneself in the matrix of the now and recognize buddha." --Page 4 of cover
Natural perfection : Longchenpa's radical Dzogchen by Klong-chen-pa Dri-med-ʼod-zer( Book )

5 editions published between 2010 and 2014 in English and held by 48 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Dzogchen or the Great Perfection is the apex of Tibetan Buddhism, and Longchen Rabjam is recognized as the pre-eminent master of Dzogchen and one of Tibet's greatest writers and sages. His Treasury of Reality encompasses and optimizes the radical precepts of Dzogchen and is a shining example of why people continue to turn to the traditions of Tibet for spiritual and personal transformation. Transcending the Tibetan context, Longchen Rabjam's book is a manual of practical wisdom for all people of all times, cultures, and traditions. Dzogchen teaches the natural perfection of all experience, phenomena, and life, just as it is, with no need to alter or fabricate complex ideas or philosophical views. This discipline of spiritual transcendence provides the key not only to our inner enlightenment but to the health and survival of our planet"--Publisher's description
The full-fledged Khyung-chen bird : an essay in freedom as the dynamics of being by Klong-chen-pa Dri-med-ʼod-zer( Book )

7 editions published in 1996 in English and held by 46 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The oldest block print of Klong-chen Rab-ʼbyams-pa's Theg mchog mdzod : facsimile edition of early Tibetan block prints by Klong-chen-pa Dri-med-ʼod-zer( Book )

6 editions published in 2000 in Tibetan and English and held by 40 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Old man basking in the sun : Longchen Rabjampa's Treasury of natural perfection by Klong-chen-pa Dri-med-ʼod-zer( Book )

6 editions published between 2006 and 2007 in English and held by 34 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Translation of Longchenpa's Gṅas lugs mdźod (Treasury of natural perfection) with commentary
The precious treasury of the basic space of phenomena by Klong-chen-pa Dri-med-ʼod-zer( Book )

6 editions published between 2001 and 2011 in English and held by 33 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Sunlight speech that dispels the darkness of doubt : sublime prayers, praises, and practices of the Nyingma masters by Thinley Norbu( Book )

4 editions published between 1998 and 2015 in English and held by 33 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

From the noble lotus pond of pure conduct, The swan of intelligence calls. By the white wings of the three practices of the teachings, May all wise sentient beings be happy. "Kunkhyen Longchenpa With the wish to inspire and motivate practitioners, Kyabje Thinley Norbu Rinpoche has translated a selection of wisdom teachings into direct and simple English that retains the power of the original writings and their emphasis on practice. The authors are five of the most sublime scholar-saints of the Nyingma lineage of Tibetan Buddhism: Kunkhyen Longchenpa, Kunkhyen Jigme Lingpa, Patrul Rinpoche, Mipham Rinpoche, and Kyabje Dudjom Rinpoche. Their compositions include words of advice, poetic praises, concise daily prayers, and liturgies accompanied by instructions, written over a span of time from the medieval to the modern era. These precious teachings are intended to be the cause of faith, practice, and enlightenment
The precious treasury of the way of abiding and the exposition of the quintessential meaning of the three categories : a commentary on the precious treasury of the way of abiding by Klong-chen-pa Dri-med-ʼod-zer( Book )

8 editions published between 1998 and 2008 in English and held by 32 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A treasure trove of scriptural transmission : a commentary on The precious treasury of the basic space of phenomena by Klong-chen-pa Dri-med-ʼod-zer( Book )

4 editions published in 2001 in English and held by 30 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Dpal Gsaṅ baʼi sñiṅ po de kho na ñid ṅes paʼi rgyud kyiʼgrel pa phyogs bcuʼi mun pa thams cad rnam par sel ba : a detailed commentary on the Guhyagarbha Tantra by Klong-chen-pa Dri-med-ʼod-zer( Book )

6 editions published between 1975 and 2004 in Tibetan and French and held by 27 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Commentary on a famed Nyingmapa tantra of the Mahayoga class
Sñiṅ thig ya bźi : a collection of important initiations and instructions on Rdzogs-chen practice( Book )

2 editions published in 2001 in Tibetan and held by 26 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Collection of important initiations and instructions on Rdzogs-chen practice
Steps to the great perfection : the mind-training tradition of the Dzogchen masters by ʼJigs-med-gling-pa Rang-byung-rdo-rje( Book )

2 editions published in 2016 in English and held by 25 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The mind-training practices contained in the Dzogchen tradition of Tibetan Buddhism have never before been presented in the English language. The main text translated here, The Steps to Liberation, will be of great interest to Western practitioners, since its instructions are pithy and direct, and experiential rather than scholarly. The contemplations on core Buddhist principles like impermanence and karma, intended for beginning meditators, unfold as dramatic stories in which the meditator is to vividly imagine himself or herself as the main character who undergoes a sequence of experiences that result in transformative realizations. They distill the most essential teachings of the Buddha into a practical system that can be easily implemented in a daily meditation practice. At the same time, they bring together the most foundational Buddhist teachings with the profound methods of the Vajrayana (the esoteric teachings of Buddhist tantra). This is the hallmark of Dzogchen mind training and what sets it apart from other mind-training lineages
Perfect clarity : a Tibetan Buddhist anthology of Mahamudra and Dzogchen by Padma Sambhava( )

2 editions published in 2013 in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

For practitioners on the paths of Dzogchen and Mahamudra, one of the greatest joys is to personally receive oral instructions from a realized teacher. The excitement of being able to train based on that advice is further enhanced by the stimulation and support that guidance manuals provide. All of the selections presented in Perfect Clarity offer incredible teachings that are inspiring and vital. Pith instructions are so simple and direct that we can easily apply them without fear of mistakes. These days, the most effective style of teaching is not lengthy scholarly explanations but ra
 
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Kindly bent to ease us : from the Trilogy of finding comfort and ease = Ngal-gso skor-gsum
Alternative Names
bSam yas lung mang ba

Dri med 'od zer 1308-1363

Dri-med-'od-zer 1308-1363 Kloṅ-chen-pa

Dri-med-ʾod-zer, Kloṅ-chen-pa

Dri-med-′od-zer Kloṅ-chen-pa 1308-1363

Dri-med-ʼod-zer, Klong-chen-pa 1308-1363

Dri-med'od-zer, Klon-chen-pa.

Drime Wözer 1308-1363 Kloṅ-chen-pa

Drime Wözer Kloṅ-chen-pa 1308-1363

Drimed 'od-zer Klong-chen rab-'byams-pa.

Gyalwa Longchenpa 1308-1363

Kloṅ-chen-pa 1308-1363

Kloṅ-chen-pa Dri-med-′od-zer 1308-1363

Kloṅ-chen-pa Dri-med-'od-zer 1308-1363 Kun-mkhyen

Kloṅ-chen-pa Dri-med-'od-zer Kun-mkhyen 1308-1363

Kloṅ-chen-pa Dri-med-'od-zer, Kun-mkhyen 1308-1363 Rab-'byams

Kloṅ-chen-pa Dri-med-'od-zer, Kun-mkhyen Rab-'byams 1308-1363

Kloṅ-chen-pa Tshul-khrims-blo-gros

Kloṅ-chen-pa Tshul-khrims-blo-gros 1308-1363

Kloṅ chen rab 'byams 1308-1363

Kloṅ-chen Rab-'byams-pa 1308-1363

Kloṅ-chen Rab-'byams-pa Dri-med-'od-zer 1308-1363 Kun-mkhyen

Kloṅ-chen Rab-'byams-pa Dri-med-'od-zer Kun-mkhyen 1308-1363

Kloṅ-chen Rab-ʾbyams-pa (Rgyal-ba)

Kloṅ-chen Rab-′byams-pa, Rgyal-ba 1308-1363

Klong-chen-pa 1308-1363

Klong chen pa tshul khrims blo gros

Klong-chen-pa Tshul-khrims-blo-gros 1308-1363

Kloṅg-chen rab-'byams 1308-1363

Klong chen rab 'byams dri med 'od zer 1308-1363

Klong-chen-rab-ʾbyams-pa

Klong-chen-rab-′byams-pa 1308-1363

Klong-chen Rab-ʼbyams-pa 1308-1363 Rgyal-ba

Klong-chen-rab-ʾbyams-pa Dri-med-ʼod-zer, 1308-1363

Klong-chen rab-'byams-pa Drimed 'od-zer.

Klong-chen Rab-ʼbyams-pa, Rgyal-ba, 1308-1363

Klong-chen-rab-vbyams 1308-1363

Klong-chen-rab-vbyams-pa 1308-1363

Klong-pa-chen.

Kun-mkhyen Kloṅ-chen-pa Dri-med-od-zer 1308-1363

Kun-mkhyen-kloṅ-chen-rab-ʾbyams

Kun-mkhyen-kloṅ-chen-rab-′byams 1308-1363

Kun-mkhyen-kloṅ-chen Rab-'byams-pa

Kun-mkhyen-kloṅ-chen Rab-'byams-pa 1308-1363

Kun-mkhyen Ṅag-gi-dbaṅ-po

Kun-mkhyen Ṅag-gi-dbaṅ-po 1308-1363

Kun-mkhyen Ngag-gi-dbang-po 1308-1363

Kunkhyen Longchen Ramjampa 1308-1363

Lonchena Rabajama Di-med Hod-zer 1308-1363

Long-ch′en rab-jam-pa 1308-1363

Long-ch'en Rab-jam-pa.

Long-ch'en Rab-jam-pa Dr'i-me wö-zer.

Long-ch'en Rab-jam-pa Dr'i-me y-zer.

Long-chʹen Rb-jam-pa Drʹi-me wö-zer 1308-1363

Longchen Rabjam

Longchen Rabjam 1308-1363

Longchen Rabjam tibetischer Buddhist

Longchen Rabjampa.

Longchen Rabjampa 1308-1363

Longchen Rabjampa Drimé Özer

Longchen Rabjampa Drimé Özer 1308-1363

Longchen Rabjampa Drime Wözer 1308-1363

Longchenpa.

Longchenpa 1308-1363

Longchenpa, Gyalwa 1308-1363

Longchenpa Tibetan buddist

Longczen Rabdziam

Longczenpa.

Longczien Rabdziam.

Longczien Rabdziampa

Longczienpa.

Longqinba

Longqinba 1308-1363

Longqinraojiang

Longqinraojiang 1308-1363

Lũng-cần Nhiêu-ráng-ba

Lung-chʻen-pa

Lung-chʻen-pa 1308-1363

Lung-chʻin-jao-chiang

Lung-chʻin-jao-chiang 1308-1363

Lung-chʻin-pa

Lung-chʻin-pa 1308-1363

Ṅag-gi-dbaṅ-po, Kun-mkhyen

Ṅag-gi-dbaṅ-po, Kun-mkhyen 1308-1363

Ngag-gi-dbang-po, Kun-mkhyen 1308-1363

Rab-'byams-pa 1308-1363 Kloṅ-chen

Rab-'byams-pa Dri-med-'od-zer 1308-1363

Rab-'byams-pa Kloṅ-chen 1308-1363

Rabjam 1308-1363 Longchen

Rabjam, Longchen

Rabjam Longchen 1308-1363

Rdo-rje-gzi-brjid, Kloṅ-chen-pa

Rdo-rje-gzi-brjid, Kloṅ-chen-pa 1308-1363

Rdo-rje-gzi-brjid, Klong-chen-pa 1308-1363

Rdo-rje-gzi-byid, Kloṅ-chen-pa

Rdo-rje-gzi-byid, Kloṅ-chen-pa 1308-1363

rDorje-gzi-brjid 1308-1363 Kloṅ-chen-pa

rDorje-gzi-brjid Kloṅ-chen-pa 1308-1363

Rgyal-ba Kloṅ-chen Rab-ʾbyams-pa

Rgyal-ba Kloṅ-chen Rab-′byams-pa 1308-1363

Rgyal ba klong chen rab 'byams 1308-1363

Rgyal-ba Klong-chen Rab-ʼbyams-pa 1308-1363

Rgyat-ba Kloṅ-chen Rab-ʼbyams-pa 1308-1363

Tshul-khrims Blo-gros 1308-1363

Tshul-khrims-blo-gros 1308-1363 Kloṅ-chen-pa

Tshul-khrims-blo-gros, Kloṅ-chen-pa

Tshul-khrims-blo-gros Kloṅ-chen-pa 1308-1363

Tshul khrims blo gros, Klong chen pa

Tshul-khrims-blo-gros, Klong-chen-pa 1308-1363

Tshul-khrims-blos-gros, Kloṅ-chen-pa 1308-1363

Tsultrim Lodro 1308-1363

Лонгченпа

Лонгченпа 1308-1363

लोङछेनपा

ক্লোং-ছেন-রাব-'ব্যাম্স-পা-দ্রি-মেদ-'ওদ-জের

ཀློང་ཆེན་པ

ཀློནྒཆེནརབ་བྱམྶ​ 1308-1363

དྲི་མེད་འོད་ཟེར། 1308-1364 ཀློང་ཆེན་རབ་འབྱམས་པ།

དྲི་མེད་འོད་ཟེར།, ཀློང་ཆེན་རབ་འབྱམས་པ།, 1308-1364

ロンチェン・ラプジャムパ

龍欽巴

Languages
English (120)

Tibetan (33)

French (5)

German (1)

Dzongkha (1)

Hebrew (1)

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Mind in comfort and ease : the vision of enlightenment in the great perfection : including Longchen Rabjam's Finding comfort and ease in meditation on the Great PerfectionThe practice of DzogchenYou are the eyes of the world  / Longchenpa ; translated by Kennard Lipman and Merrill Peterson under the inspiration of Namkhai NorbuNatural perfection : Longchenpa's radical DzogchenOld man basking in the sun : Longchen Rabjampa's Treasury of natural perfectionMind in comfort and ease : the vision of enlightenment in the great perfection : including Longchen Rabjam's Finding comfort and ease in meditation on the Great Perfection